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Mousebusters is an upcoming pint-sized pixel adventure from Odencat

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Odencat developer of Bear's Restaurant, Fishing Paradiso and Meg's Monster recently revealed their next little adventure game with Mousebusters.

The day after moving into your new living space, you wake up to find that you’ve been inexplicably transformed into a mouse. Luckily, you soon meet a hard-boiled rodent with a crass but loveable manner of speaking who asks you to call him “Chief.” He claims he can help you turn back into a human…if you’re willing to undertake a few missions for him in return. Together, you’ll form the titular team, and embark on expeditions to bust the ghosts that haunt each unit and break the curse on the apartment building.

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It will have full Native Linux support and Steam Deck support.

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Pengling Jun 28
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CUTE! This has instantly gone on my wishlist, and I've sent the trailer on to a Ghostbusters-fan relative who I know will love it, too. Can't wait for this one!

Also, this is the first game that I've looked forward to since Super Bomberman R 2 from last September, and it's shown up right when I wasn't sure if there'd be any more releases for me this year - good timing.
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